Feeling peckish in Sydney?

FEELING PECKISH?, SYDNEY — By on 27/02/2012 10:35 am

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Is anyone feeling peckish?

The next instalment in the Hide & Seek range is ‘Hide & Seek Sydney: Feeling Peckish?’, out in stores from 1 March.

The book itself isn’t edible, but the places featured in it sure are. In fact, we scoured both sides of the bridge (a divide that sometimes feels wider than that between Sydney and Melbourne), from Maroubra to Neutral Bay and everywhere in between, to bring you a selection of 30 unique, cheap and cheerful places to eat in Sydney.

Hide & Seek Sydney: Feeling Peckish?
And boy, what a selection. From the tiny retro cafe of Little Ethel’s in Balmain to the games and old-school fun of Norita’s Cafe & Board Games in Chinatown, ‘Hide & Seek Sydney: Feeling Peckish?‘ has more than enough treats, sweets and late-night eats to satisfy even the most ravenous locals and visitors. And yes, there are even a couple down laneways.

So grab a copy from any good bookstore or online from 1 March , and feast your eyes and tastebuds on places that won’t break the bank. Sydney, we salute you!

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3 Comments

  1. Emma says:

    Why can i not find Milk & Cookies in Newtown? Have they moved somewhere or shut down? The address provided is for an empty shop. I would dearly love some cookies.

    • Hide & Seek team says:

      Hi Emma, just chatted with Libby, the owner of Milk + Cookies. The launch of the cafe has been pushed back to winter, but there is still good news! All of her cookies are for sale at her Polka Dot Cookies shop, which is just up the road at 601 King St.

      Enjoy your cookie adventure!

  2. Hide & Seek team says:

    This is a cookie catastrophe! We are on it.